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in a city, live in a urban environment. don't want to get on a google bus and drive down 101 every day. google and others want to serve the population of their employees. it's food to have opportunities in both places. so this urban, i call them urban hipsters essentially want to stay in san francisco. they're opening offices here. >> does san francisco have a particular niche in the industry or not really? >> you know, it's not the device-heavy kind of cisco, the big data kind of things. it's more in the consumer space, mostly consumer, cloud is here, there's all kinds of companies like that that are here and are in the software or the app space. >> one of the other things that happened this week is texas governor rick perry was making a lot of news saying california's high taxes and tough environmental laws are going to make companies and rich people in the bay area want to move to texas. he's coming here to make this pitch. what are the chances of people en masse leaving silicon valley to go to texas? >> not so much. he makes a lot of noise all the time, doesn't he? the kind of peop
fiber access. so google in kansas city is having real trouble getting access to sports content because time warner cable, the local monopoly player there, controls that sports content. so google or any other competitive fiber provider has to enter two markets at once. one market to provide the transport, the fiber, and then also the programming market. and making programming more expensive is yet another barrier to entry. and comcast can carry that out now. >> so what should the f.c.c. do about that? >> this is a moment when we have to separate out content from conduit. it should not be possible for a local cable actor or any distributor to withhold programming based on volume. that's what's going on. the programmers say, "we'll sell to comcast cheaply 'cause they're big. but if you're an upstart we're going to charge you three to four times what comcast is paying for the same programming." that should not be legal. everybody should get access to the same stuff at the same price and they should be announced prices. >> what about the argument that in this modern world there are certain
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